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ESC to close 4.29 (by 289 users)mou gaan dou 無間道
  • 2002
  • film
  • Hong Kong

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romanized mou gaan dou
native
english Infernal Affairs (literal)
aka wu jian dao

Genres

genres action, crime

Language

language Cantonese, Thai

Production

country Hong Kong
type real
format film

Release

date 12 Dec, 2002
duration 100 minutes
status released

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avg. score 4.29 of 5 by 289 users
total users 411
rating 1240
favorites 17

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mou gaan dou 2
2003 film hk
prequel
double face: sennyuu sousa hen
2012 TV jp
adaptation

Synopsis

Chan, a police officer is sent undercover to infiltrate a crime syndicate. Once in he discovers that the syndicate has an inside man working as a police officer. Chan now has to try and find the mole before the mole exposes him and puts the whole investigation and his life in danger.

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Roles

Chan Wing Yan
main
Lau Gin Ming
main
Wong Ji Sing
supporting
Lei Sam Yi
supporting
Lau Gin Ming (young)
supporting
Hon Wong
supporting

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Comments

ahmadz 31 Mar, 2013
I won't rate it, because I couldn't understand anything . If I have to rate it , I'll give it 1 of 5 ^^ .
chentse 28 Jul, 2011
I do agree that The Departed had good character development and a good cast. Although I do prefer the cast of Infernal Affairs.
chentse 10 May, 2011
Yeah The Departed was okay, but nowhere near as good as Infernal Affairs.
berpudi 01 May, 2011
The first film I saw where the american version is not a mess, but Infernal Affairs is 100 times better even when The Departed is a winner of academy awards.
beatus1990 15 Feb, 2011
100/5. And I agree with lowwie.
chentse 28 Nov, 2010
I completely agree. It's without a doubt one of my favorites.
lowwie 28 Nov, 2010
This is one of the best films I've ever seen. Great cast and great acting. Fully desrved all the awards.
nanuklein 17 Sep, 2010
Grande.
Actually was quite entertaining, and I must repeat, Tony Leung is absolutely awesome as an actor. Seriously. I must say that I liked the film's pace, but sadly watched it on TV so I'm not quite too sure whether it was a cut version or not, but even if it was it was good. Yup
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